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This was asked a long time ago, but: If GoDaddy is providing hosting service and website creation tools and support is not being helpful, then hopefully you’ve moved somewhere else by now. A community specific to godaddy would be more helpful. I think whether the page is cached or not depends on the HTTP headers that are returned. A combination of various web software is supposed to make it so that nocache=1 results in, one of:
among the other HTTP headers. You can use a browser plugin like Live headers to check if that is happening or not.
That’s interesting. Thanks.
I should add: The reason why I care if it is in common use is if you think of subtitles in video. If you create subtitles in “ASS” format (advanced substation alpha) it might not be supported by youtube. While SubRip .srt is. So, someone like me implementing something would want to go with the most widely used format.
An example of the sort of thing is, in a PDF you can click on a link and it will launch a web page.
Another example: In JPEG2000, you can have an image of the Universe that is many gigabytes in size, but the viewer only shows some small portion. The JPEG viewer allows a user to click which causes the image to zoom showing more of the image, but they didn’t have to download the entire gigantic image, instead data was streamed to the viewer to show more of the image.
In order for such functionality to be possible the media format is designed to be rendered in a view application that allows for “actions”.
One thing I am thinking of is “subtitles” like in video. Or, descriptive audio, so a blind person can “view” a comic.